Otterbourne Village Hall

The present Complex was built in 1986 and replaced the Old Village Hall (Which was built in 1957 and extended in 1976) thereby allowing the development of the Cranbourne Drive area of the Village, originally built as two intercommunicating Halls.  In 2001 due to popular demand for club space a third Hall was added, with the aid of a Lottery grant,  two further small meeting / class rooms were added in 2006, and more land was gifted (by Penelope and Major Chamberlayne MacDonald) to give the Complex a near quarter acre garden area, which is cut to lawn and  has picnic benches in Situ.

The complex is used by a variety of clubs, catering for young  people aged two up to our Senior Citizens Tea Dances, in between are Pilates Classes, Yoga Classes, a Stroke Club, Bridge Club, Dog training classes, Lace and Bobbin Classes, a number of Art  clubs, various Dance and Tap classes, even a Model car club and race track which is erected every other Sunday Morning, covering a floor area of some 60ft x 30ft. We also have Beading classes and of course our own Village W.I. and W.I. Craft.

The Theatre Company benefits particularly from the a superb sound and lighting system, together with on-stage facilities such as ‘flying’ scenery.

For more information on the hall, please visit their website – click here.